Pittsburgh Prays

Heinz Field | Sunday, July 10th 2-4 pm (doors open at 1 PM)

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Sunday, July 10th 2-4 PM (doors open at 1 PM)

Heinz Field

To gather and pray. To see our city reconciled and united in Christ. To give thanks for answering prayers in trying times. To strengthen our relationships with one another as members of the body of Christ.

What to expect
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Churches from across our city will unite to provide an incredible worship experience

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To gather and pray. To give thanks for bringing us through the pandemic, and strengthen our relationships with one another as members of the body of Christ.

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Gathering various churches and Christian organizations, we will see our city reconciled and united in Christ.

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Event Information

Pittsburgh Prays is not responsible for any bus routes, however we do encourage individual churches to provide transportation. Arriving on a bus? For organized parking purposes, please email jessica@seapc.org with the number of buses coming and bus company contact information.

Parking lots near Heinz Field open at 11 AM

  • ADA Drop Off will be at the intersection of Reedsdale Street and Art Rooney Blvd and Stage AE PArking Lot. 

  • Parking for ADA will be in the Stage AE parking lot as well. 

We are recommending that all churches or groups, who are hoping to sit together, plan to arrive at the stadium via bus, van, caravan or carpool in order to enter at the same time. Seating will be first come first served.

All attendees MUST adhere to the Clear Bag Policy.

ADA Drop Off will be at the intersection of Reedsdale Street and Art Rooney Blvd and at Stage AE Parking Lot. Parking for ADA will be at Stage AE as well. Reserved Seating will be available for those requiring sign language. Hearing impaired guests may pick up a Colorado Caption at Main Guest Services for a web link, no charge.

Reserved Seating will be available for those requiring sign language. 

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  • Concession stands will be open with food and drink for purchase.

  • Please note – Heinz Field is now a cashless venue. Credit and debit cards are still accepted, as well as Apple and Google Pay. Guests looking to exchange cash for Aramark Vouchers can only do so at Guest Services 104 in the FedEx Great Hall.